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[audio]The End of Absence -- Groks Science Show 2014-09-03 - Samantha Thomas
Advances in technology have changed the way we work, the way we socialize, and the way we learn. But not everybody knows that. In his book the End of Absence, author Michael Harris reminds us that people born after 1985 will not have experienced adulthood without the internet, and children today will never know what life was like before facebook, twitter, and iPhones. In this episode, Michael Harris discusses the impact of the ‘end of absence’ and what constant connectedness means for the we...
Keywords: technology; social media; Michael Harris
Downloads: 1,011
[audio]Digital Division -- Groks Science Show 2011-09-21 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling
Digital technology has revolutionized the modern world, but are there downsides to its influence on our personal lives and culture. On this program, Prof. Mark Bauerlein discussed the digital divide.
Keywords: science; internet; facebook; social media; technology; groks
Downloads: 2,764
[audio]groks558 - Forrest Gulden and Joanna Rowell
You don't need to be a scientist to know that the Earth is round or that 2 + 2 = 4. So why are many scientific discoveries, like the geologic age of the Earth, discounted by so many people? On this episode, Dr. Phil Plait, Slate's "Bad Astronomy" blogger, joins us to discuss how science is presented in the media and why people sometimes believe very strange things.
Keywords: Phil Plait; Science; Media; Rubio; Astronomy; Groks; Politics
Downloads: 70
[audio]2 + 2 = What?! -- Groks Science Show 2012-12-05 - Forrest Gulden and Joanna Rowell
You don't need to be a scientist to know that the Earth is round or that 2 + 2 = 4. So why are some scientific discoveries, like the geologic age of the Earth, discounted by so many people? On this episode, Dr. Phil Plait, Slate's "Bad Astronomy" blogger, joins us to discuss how science is presented in the media and why people sometimes believe very strange things.
Keywords: Phil Plait; Science; Media; Rubio; Astronomy; Groks; Politics
Downloads: 2,589
[audio]Sexual Identity and Social Media -- Groks Science Show 2011-05-25 - Emma Wyatt
University of Chicago associate professor of gynecology and obstetrics and chief of Family Planning, Dr. Melissa Gilliam joins us to discuss sexual health in young people. Everything from race/ethnicity to political persuasion and social media is discussed in terms of how the younger generations think about sex, health, and identity.
Keywords: sexual health; sexual identity; social media; pediatric gynecology; science; groks
Downloads: 3,128
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